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SSUHS Assam Guest Lecture Series held – Times of India

GUWAHATI: The first visitor lecture of the Guest Lecture Series organized by Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences (SSUHS), Assam, was held in digital mode with participation of well being specialists from overseas.

The first International visitor speaker of the sequence, Dr. Jayanta B Sarma, lead marketing consultant microbiologist, Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals, NHS Trust, England, spoke on “Ethical Concerns in Modern Medicine”. The just lately held lecture was attended by greater than 600 contributors comprising of college students and school members of all disciplines together with the schools of Allopathic (Modern) Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine, Homoeopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Dental Sciences and Allied Health Sciences beneath SSUHS.

Principals, heads and administrators of all affiliated establishments of the college and different main dignitaries of well being sciences of Assam, college students and school of establishments outdoors the varsity in addition to common public from all walks of life attended the occasion. The speaker, Dr. Sarma, highlighted upon Eugenics, Euthanasia and different pertinent moral dilemmas, illustrated by way of hypothetical examples, which ranged from the fields of medical science to day-to-day social points in addition to futuristic options to medical moral issues. Comparison between the oriental and the occidental notion of ethics was additionally elaborated. A vibrant interactive session adopted the lecture.

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Encouraged by the overwhelming response of most of the people at par with academicians, the vice-chancellor (i/c), SSUHS and chief patron of the occasion, Krishna Gohain, stated, “The SSUHS Guest Lecture Series is geared toward upholding the mission of the University to create and develop an eclectic mental, philosophical and educational atmosphere with free circulate of concepts and knowledge.” Further, she added that it is very important bridge the hole of communication and consciousness between medical science and every day life and due to this fact, the sequence has been launched and opened for all together with most of the people.

“The university promises more such lectures involving interaction with experts which would range from the academics of health sciences to various public health issues that will benefit society,” stated Gohain.

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